Tune in and turn up

Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival has announced dates for the festival’s 2018 edition. It will take place across two weekends, on April 13 to 15 and April 20 to 22, 2018. Festival passes will go on sale Friday, June 2, at 11 am PST and you can cop them right here.

Unlike most years, fans already know one of the headliners. Beyoncé was originally slated to perform at this year’s event, but cancelled her appearance after medical advice to keep a “less rigorous schedule” due to her pregnancy, with Lady Gaga brought in to replace her. In announcing her withdrawal from Coachella 2017 back in February, Goldenvoice and Parkwood confirmed Beyoncé as a headliner for the 2018 edition.


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Revisit Beyoncé’s “Hold Up” from her most recent album Lemonade below.

For more on this year’s edition of Coachella, take a look at our highlights from weekend 1 right here and weekend 2 here.

In other music news, Drake just won a lawsuit over a sample he used in his 2013 track “Pound Cake/Paris Morton Music 2.” Get the full scoop right here.

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